Tweet How many times have you found a brown spider in your home and your immediate thought (after an earsplitting scream of course) was “ARGH, A BROWN RECLUSE!” There’s good reason that there is so much attention brought to the Brown Recluse spider. This spider is very poisonous, very dangerous, and even deadly. When they… Read More »
Tweet They’re frightening! They’re creepy! They sneak into our homes; hiding in our beds and even in our shoes. As if these Valley pests weren’t terrifying enough, when illuminated by ultraviolet rays from a black light, they will glow aberrant neon blue… But why? Why Do Scorpions Glow Under UV Light? Scorpions glow under ultraviolet… Read More »
Tweet West Nile Already Confirmed In Maricopa County In Arizona, the deadly West Nile Virus has already been confirmed for 2013, by Maricopa County officials. Maricopa County’s Environmental Protective Services got an early start this year, setting mosquito traps, and testing the trapped mosquitoes for West Nile. During this trapping, officials confirmed the presence of… Read More »
Tweet CBS 5 – KPHO Bulwark Scorpion Control Makes The Evening News So far, 2013 has proven to be a year for scorpions. Phoenix, AZ residents have been seeing an increase of these stinging pests; as they creep around homes and properties this spring. This increase in scorpion activity is due to the hotter… Read More »
Tweet Phoenix Area Hospital Reportedly Battling Bedbugs Imagine being fast asleep in a hospital room guest chair when you are suddenly awakened by tiny, horrific bites. That’s exactly what happened to a Valley couple last week. According to a AZCentral report, a valley woman was waiting for her husband to recover from a surgery at… Read More »
Beware scorpions are very fast. They are aggressive hunters that stalk other bugs in the night. Seeing one under a black light in action is very fascinating but seeing scorpions inside your home is a serious problem. Need Phoenix Scorpion Pest Control? Call on the Professional scorpion guys at Bulwark Exterminating.